Overview of Fenway
Although Fenway Boston is most well-known for Fenway Park, the home of the Boston Red Sox, the surrounding neighborhood also happens to be a great place to call home Sure you may have to put up with crowded streets and crazy fans every once in a while, but otherwise Fenway Boston is a beautiful neighborhood that offers all the urban amenities you would expect in a large city. As a center for many museums, parks, shops, and restaurants, Fenway Boston is just steps away from all the activity you could possibly want. Whether you take a walk with your family to enjoy the public art or you want to catch a game and enjoy some of the best food Boston has to offer, Fenway provides a balanced mix of experiences and plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
Fenway Apartments & Rental Market
Depending on your budget, and family size, the average rent for a one bedrooms and studio apartments in Fenway Boston start at about $1500 per month. However, the prices can range at the highest up to $10,000 per month, so it’s hard to really put an accurate gauge on rent. It really depends on the amount of space you need and the level of luxury you want to live in. Regardless of the price you want to spend, most Fenway apartments come with modern amenities like on-site fitness centers, designated parking, and the option for furnished or unfurnished rooms.
Fenway Dining & Entertainment
This will not be a neighborhood where you’re stuck at home on a Saturday night because you have nothing to do or nowhere to go. Fenway Boston is filled with nightlife options that provide a variety for your mood. From watching some sports at Game On to trying the newest craft brew at Boston Beer Works, this neighborhood has something for everybody. Brookline Avenue is the most popular street for bars, restaurants, and even live music. During the day, you’ll want to check out some of the area museums, and of course you can’t live in the neighborhood without at least checking out Fenway Park. Going to a Red Sox game is a highlight for many visitors, and even though you don’t have to be a sports fan to live in Fenway Boston, it’s a pretty common interest city-wide.
Pet Friendly Fenway Boston Apartments
Several of our Fenway apartments in Boston contain units that allow both dogs and cats. And even though Fenway Boston is an urban neighborhood, there are plenty of green spaces to enjoy with your four-legged friend. With all the nearby shopping, finding treats, food, and accessories is no problem, and there are also some highly-rated veterinarians in the neighborhood. On any given day you can treat your pet to a pet spa day or just enjoy walking the streets of Fenway Boston.
Commuting From Fenway Boston
A majority of people who live in the city of Boston advise against owning a car. The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) buses and light rail are an extremely efficient way of getting around, and in Fenway Boston most errands are easily completed on foot. However, there is a neighborhood specific issue for Fenway Boston we should address. Parking during Red Sox games is horrendous. Street parking can cost anywhere between $12-$60 during games, so you may want to consider only searching for Fenway apartments that offer parking spaces, and planning ahead for event specific commutes.
Boston Schools and Education
Home to numerous institutions and universities, education is one of the main factors that bring people to Boston. Families with children in grades K-12 will be glad to know that Fenway Boston is well served by highly-ranked schools. Whether you’re looking for special education programs, charter schools, public schools, or college preparatory schools, Fenway apartments in Boston are close to all kinds of educational options.
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